Hallertau Blanc, daughter of Cascade, was released to the world in 2012. Established on the Hüll farm in the German Hallertau region, it was grown primarily for use in American-style Ales. Hallertau Blanc’s flavour profile is said to be fruity, with wine-like qualities of gooseberry and grass, similar to that of Sauvignon Blanc. It also features a complex aroma profile with notes of cassis and elderflower in addition to grapes, grapefruit, and lemongrass. Other notes detected in trials have been passionfruit, pineapple, and gooseberry.
Alpha Acid: 9%-12%
Beta Acid: 4.5%-6%
Total Oils: 0.8-1.5 mL/100g
IPA, Belgian Ale, Wheat Beer, Bretts & Pale Ale.